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9 Elements of Digital Citizenship

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Cameron Eichhorn

on 22 October 2015

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Transcript of 9 Elements of Digital Citizenship

Digital Citizenship-Example
9 Elements of Digital Citizenship
Digital Access
Improper use
David wants to join the local Cybergeeks club where students get together and talk about technology and work on computers. The Cybergeek club tells David that since he does not have a computer or internet access at home, he cannot join the club.
Proper Use
Mr. Eichhorn assigns his computer class homework. He allows students that don't have a computer or internet access to do the assignment on paper or before or after school.
References
http://www.digitalcitizenship.net/Nine_Elements.html
Digital Access
Digital access is full electronic participation in society.
Why this is appropriate
A student should never fail an assignment because they don't own a computer or have access to the internet at home. Teachers need to allow students other options to complete their work if they don't have a computer or internet.
Why this is improper
The Cybergeeks club should allow anyone and everyone to join their club. When they tell someone they can't join because of that individuals access, they are violating the digital access element of digital citizenship.
Definition found on:
http://www.digitalcitizenship.net/Nine_Elements.html
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